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Publication date:- 2017-14-04
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Sting has performed at the Manchester's Apollo Photographs by Jo
THE former Geordie school teacher, now music legend,
Gordon Sumner, CBE, better known as
Sting preformed to a very lively audience
Apollo, on Friday, 7 April 2017. Before he his
highly anticipated performance, the night was started with not 1, but 2 support
artists The Last
Bandoleros and Sting's son Joe Sumner.
Gordon Sumner, now
Sting is a fantastic example of what has
made British musicians so successful world wide. This performance was extremely
entertaining, and the whole night was a huge success.. Well you would be shocked
if it wasn't. It proved yet again why Sting
has grown to eclipse his time with the band The Police after going solo. If you
went to this gig, please do let us know what you thought of it, via emailing us
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Southport Cruisers Charity
Easter Ride Photographs by Patrick Trollope
ON Sunday, 9 April 2017, the Southport Cruisers held their Annual
Charity Easter Egg Run, to Clumber Lodge Children's Home, in Formby, from Leo's
Bar, in Southport. During the event, they raised over ₤700 and dropped off and
lots of Easter Eggs. Plus at the venue, 1 of the bikers did an added collection
for the Children's home, in the process having his goatee trimmed! With bunny
ears waving in the wind, they then headed back to Leos, in Southport. Well done
to all who took part!
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